Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer. Subhojeet has reported for Alternative Nation, Ringside News, and Britpopnews.

Geddy Lee Goes Onstage With Nirvana Bassist

Geddy Lee, renowned singer/bassist of the legendary rock band Rush, brought his “My Effin’ Life In Conversation” tour to Seattle’s Moore Theatre on November 24. The tour, based on Lee’s recently released memoir “My Effin’ Life,” provides fans with insights into his life, spanning reflections on family, childhood, the history of RUSH, and the pursuit of music. Joined on stage …

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50 Cent Disrespected Evanescence Singer At Show

In a recent interview with Daily Beast, Amy Lee, the lead singer of Evanescence, looked back on the band’s unexpected win for “Best New Artist” at the 2004 Grammy Awards. The victory came as a surprise, as they beat out the heavily favored 50 Cent, who had released the massively successful “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'” the previous year. Lee …

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Pantera Break Silence On Dimebag & Vinnie Fan Backlash

Philip Anselmo has shared his initial thoughts on Pantera’s return to the live stage, marking the first public comments about the reformed band. The lineup features Pantera’s surviving members Anselmo (vocals) and Rex Brown (bass), joined by guitarist Zakk Wylde (Ozzy Osbourne, Black Label Society) and drummer Charlie Benante (Anthrax). This reformed Pantera is headlining major festivals globally, staging headline …

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Joe Satriani ‘Messed Up’ Attempt to Play Van Halen

In a recent interview, Nuno Bettencourt shared his perspective on Joe Satriani’s recent attempt to play Van Halen’s “Mean Street” on “The Howard Stern Show.” Bettencourt defended Satriani, emphasizing that attempting to play any Eddie Van Halen material, especially in a high-profile setting like Howard Stern’s show, is entering “hallowed ground.” Bettencourt acknowledged the inherent difficulty and risk involved in …

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Guns N’ Roses Gave Their Royalties To Rock Hero

Guns N’ Roses’ final album of their original glory run, featuring Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum, might be viewed as bittersweet for fans. Nevertheless, “The Spaghetti Incident?” holds a special place in the band’s history, being the only all-covers album in their catalog. Duff McKagan explained in a recent interview with Classic Rock that the album was a way …

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Is U2 Replacing Member On New Album?

U2’s Bono and bassist Adam Clayton have given an update on the band’s upcoming album during their residency at The Sphere in Las Vegas. The new album, which Bono previously described as a “noisy, uncompromising, unreasonable” rock record, is intended to be a departure from the previously planned “Songs Of Ascent.” Speaking to Danny Eccleston in in the latest issue of …

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Lizzy Hale Reveals Truth About James Hetfield

In a recent interview with Primordial Radio, Halestorm’s powerhouse vocalist, Lzzy Hale, delved into the exhilarating experience of playing right before Metallica at this year’s Download Festival. Expressing her excitement, she emphasized the significance of sharing the stage with one of the biggest names in rock. However, what added an unexpected layer to the performance was the revelation that James …

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Brent Smith Had Restroom Encounter With Robert Plant

In a recent interview with Q104.3’s “Out Of The Box With Jonathan Clarke,” Shinedown frontman Brent Smith shared a memorable encounter with one of his rock idols, Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin. The incident occurred at S.I.R. studios in Nashville around 2007 during the rehearsal for Shinedowns “Anything And Everything” tour. Smith recalled the moment when he encountered Robert Plant …

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System of a Down Singer Reveals Why He Quit Touring

System of a Down singer Serj Tankian has shed light on the reasons behind his decision to stop touring, emphasizing that it goes beyond health issues. While acknowledging that some of his health concerns have improved since undergoing back surgery in 2021, Tankian clarified that his decision was also influenced by lifestyle considerations. In an interview with Revolver, Tankian stated …

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Motley Crue Legend Sadly Struggles On Plane

Mick Mars, the guitarist for Motley Crue, recently discussed his ongoing battle with ankylosing spondylitis (AS), a degenerative disease causing inflammation in the spine joints and ligaments. In an interview with Jonathan Clarke on Q104.3, Mars addressed his health, acknowledging the challenges posed by AS but expressing determination to continue making music as long as his “brain and my hands …

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